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2012


January - Salmonella control: a global perspective




Salmonellosis remain sone of the most prevalent zoonotic diseases inhumans; over 100,000 cases are reported each year in Europe. Approximately 40,000 cases of salmonellosis are reported annually in the United States. Because many milder cases are not diagnosed or reported,the actual number of infections may be over thirty times higher.

 

March - Prevention of Newcastle Disease – Past, Present and Future




Without a doubt, Newcastle Disease (ND) is one of the most economically damaging diseases for the poultry sector. Moreover, despite being recognized 85 years ago, despite having as etiological agent one single serotype of avian paramyxovirus(APMV-1) and the availability of several types of commercial vaccines, ND has continuously challenged veterinarians and farmers all around the world.

 

May - UPDATE ON THE RUNTING -STUNTING SYNDROME




Considering different factors that influence the development and maturation of the digestive system and intestinal health of the chick during the first 2 to 3 weeks of life, it is necessary to include genetics, management, nutrition, maternal antibody status and disease control programs. Also, the nutritional status of the breeders is essential for transferring to the fertile egg and future chick a balanced source of nutrients facilitating the normaldevelopment of different systems of the embryo including the intestinal tract.

 

July - Ceva’s EGGS Program: Safe and Simple Vaccination




The use of inactivated vaccines prior to the onset of egg production is a commonly used practice in poultry as it boosts humeral and long-lasting immunity in layers and breeders. That ongoing immunity is important to protect birds during production cycles and provide breeders with homogenous antibodies for offspring.

 

July - Ceva’s EGGS Program: Safe and Simple Vaccination




The use of inactivated vaccines prior to the onset of egg production is a commonly used practice in poultry as it boosts humeral and long-lasting immunity in layers and breeders. That ongoing immunity is important to protect birds during production cycles and provide breeders with homogenous antibodies for offspring.

 

September - Pullorum disease and fowl typhoid-new thoughts on old diseases: a review




Fowl typhoid and pullorum disease are two distinct septicaemic diseases largely specific to avian species and caused by Salmonella Gallinarmand Salmonella Pullorum, respectively. They were first described more than one century ago.Since their discovery, many efforts have been made to control and prevent their occurrence in commercial farming of birds.

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